March, 07, 2017 0Read Full Article
Jewel tones are richly saturated colors named for gems including sapphire blue, ruby red, amethyst purple, citrine yellow, and emerald green. Whether color-blocked or paired with neutrals, these colors can add depth and elevate any event. Keep reading to see how to incorporate these bold colors into your next event.
Use Jewel Toned Table Linen
From cake tables to reception tables, adding jewel-tone linen infuse warmth and richness.
Featured Linen: Victorian Velvet Table Linen
Credits: Fleur Inc., Emilia Jane Photography, The Lakewood
Set the Mood with Lighting
Most production companies offer uplighting. Use select colors to instantly add ambiance to any room.
Featured Linen: Azalea Shantung Table Linen
Credits: Erica P. Gatmaitan, River East Art Center, Paramount Events
Utilize Draping to Give your Event a Luxe Feel
Using velvet in an unconventional way is a great way to highlight a ceremony area.
Featured Linen: Arctic Velvet Table Linen, Scarlet Yuma Napkin
Credits: CocoLuna Events, Brooke Price Photography
Add Jewel Tone Colored Dishes or Glassware
Chargers are a quick and easy way to add a pop of color to any event.
Featured Linen: Black Shantung Table Linen, Luxe Emerald Green Charger
Credits: Ruffles and Tweed, Jean Spencer Photography
Use Rich Colored Florals
Adding jewel-toned florals can create instant depth.
Featured Linen: Wine Velvet Table Linen
Credits: Stardust Celebrations, Joseph Mark Photography
Work with Jewel Toned Accents
Jewel toned napkins are a simple but effective way to transform the vibe of an event.
Featured Linen: Indigo Yuma Table Linen, Cerise Lamour Napkin
Credits: HMR Designs
Include Rich Velvety Furniture
Vintage velvet upholstered furniture is a trend we are seeing more and more.
Featured Linen: Turmeric Velvet Table Linen
Credits: Bella Woods Events, Gold Dust Events Co., Rachel Laine Photography, Vella Nest Photography
Don’t need furniture? Add colored Chair Covers
BBJ Linen has one of the largest offerings of styles and colors for chair accessories.